This month the UK Government issued an updated timetable and submissions guidance for cluster sequencing for Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS) deployment. With this paper came a number of updates across its CCUS programme including:

  • the CCS Infrastructure Fund (CIF);
  • the Industrial CCUS Business Models;
  • Power CCUS Business Models;
  • T&S Business Models; and

The UK has announced an ambitious target to achieve a net zero carbon economy by 2050. It is widely acknowledged both within the UK government and industry more broadly that hydrogen will play a key role in achieving this target. The potential role of hydrogen in the transport and heating sector is seen as particularly

“Our seas hold immense potential to power our homes and communities with low-cost green energy”.

On 6 October 2020 the British Prime Minister announced a plan to allocate £160m towards the upgrade of ports and infrastructure in the UK with a view to the UK becoming a leader in clean wind energy. Further targets of